By Dan Shine Voice Columnist Pauline Lang “Few are left who know how much I have done.” When Pauline and Otto Lang moved from the Midwest to the young town of West Haven in 1936, they found that their new community had a great many … [Read more...] about Historian’s Corner
Join city residents for an America Needs Fatima Rosary Rally, to be held at Our Lady of Victory Parish, 300 Captain Thomas Blvd, (on the grounds of St. John Vianney Church,) on Saturday, Oct. 10, at noon. Social Distancing and wearing of masks will … [Read more...] about Rosary rally set
B of E chose wisely This edition has within it the annual bus schedule for the re-opening of city schools, scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 8. Traditionally, that is up until about 20 years ago, the day after Labor Day was the universal opening day … [Read more...] about Editorial
By Josh LaBella Voice Reporter When the West Haven Community House was founded in 1941, founder Pauline Lang wanted to serve residents from ages 3 to 93. Patricia Stevens says the organization does their best to bring that goal to … [Read more...] about Stevens likes where she is….
By Michael P. Walsh Special to the Voice The second annual International Food & Fig Festival will celebrate the city’s diverse heritage of figs. On Sept. 14, organizers will once again feature the popular fruit on the lawn in … [Read more...] about Festival ready for weekend
The West Haven Voice has different deadlines for different types of items to be inserted in the paper each week. Classifieds -- Classified ads have a deadline of 4 p.m. on Monday for insertion in the following Thursday paper. Around Town -- … [Read more...] about Deadlines
Sy Swan Part I See part 2 here. Mother set the telephone gently back into the cradle. She stared at the wall for a moment, and then turned to father. “Sy Swan died last night.” “What!?” “They said that … [Read more...] about Historian’s corner